Hypnotherapy Introduction

Hypnosis Introduction

Hypnosis is simply a state of highly focused concentration, which includes a person becoming less aware of their surroundings. Hypnotherapy treats both physical and psychological disorders with the use of Hypnosis.

During a hypnotic state (trance-like), an individual is open to accept suggestions that can alter their behavior. A Hypnotherapist can conduct the treatment session, or a person could perform self-hypnosis. Many people opt for the self-hypnosis method, as they feel they are more in control. This is an excellent method of self-improvement, and is used by the majority of people interested in this subject.

When Is Hypnosis A Good Choice?

 Hypnosis is really meant to relieve the symptoms of a disorder, rather than to cure a disease. It has been very effective in resolving pain resulting from surgery, paralysis, and childbirth. Hypnosis has been widely accepted as an effective therapy to reverse addictions to drugs, food, alcohol, and smoking. Stress and Anxiety are reduced as a result of deep relaxation, receiving positive suggestions, and purging negative thoughts.

Research has proven that Hypnosis is a recommended therapy for anxiety, insomnia, phobias, obesity, asthma, and irritable bowel syndrome. Self-hypnosis is considered safe, even when performed by individuals with no experience. No cases have been reported of harm as a result of self-hypnosis, but it should not be performed while driving a vehicle, or operating machinery.

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